One of the most dominant drivers in the F1 currently, Max Verstappen has won three of the five races in the year. He is an absolute favourite to win every other race and as some fans get tired of watching him win, they sometimes resort to booing. However, Max is one of those players who don’t get bothered so easily and insists that he doesn’t care about what fans think of him. Max has a cold response to the booing he has faced after winning his F1 Miami Grand Prix.
Clinching the third victory of F1 2023, Verstappen defeated Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez despite starting from ninth on the grid. Following his win, he addressed his thoughts on the fans who booed him, and the negative comments he generally gets on social media. Verstappen is simply unbothered by the booing he gets on social media. He believes that fans aren’t pleased when a driver is consistently winning the race and others don’t get a chance.
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Speaking in the post-race conference, the F1 racer said, "I think if I will be driving in the back nobody will be even doing anything in terms of reaction. Right?" He further said, "I think it’s normal when you’re winning, and they don’t like who is winning. So, this is something for me which is absolutely fine as long as I stand on the top, that’s for me the most important. I take the trophy home and they go back to their houses, and they can have a nice evening."
Max Verstappen won his third race of the year by taking down Sergio Perez. Meanwhile, just a week ago, Verstappen came second after Perez at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.